Jack Straw, Candyman, Me & My Uncle-> Big River, Friend Of The Devil, Cassidy, Tennessee Jed, Passenger, Peggy-O, The Music Never Stopped
Cold Rain & Snow, Beat It On Down The Line, Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain, Dancin' In The Streets-> Drums-> Not Fade Away-> Nobody's Fault But Mine-> Not Fade Away-> Black Peter-> Around & Around, E:U.S. Blues, E: Johnny B. Goode
Droncit notes for this version:
Reworked the mono source to simulate stereo using various combinations of filters and rebalanced by adding certain frequencies into either the left or right channel to try to give it a cleaner sound. Also used a spectral filter for greater presence. Reworking the profile changed the perceived loudness. This version sounds louder at the same settings for normalization. It's not perfect, but I think it has more presence and it's easier to hear the individual instruments."
After normalization, I also did the following:
One tenth of a second of silence during the transition from Scarlet Begonias to Fire on the Mountain was removed; there is still some visible evidence of the problem, but I don't hear it while listening. I also recut the file without regard to original timings, so it's probably a different track delineation now. I didn't hear any other spots like that.
I eliminated the dead spots in the dropout during Black Peter. It's still very clear that there's a problem, but it's a little less jarring.
The opening 10 seconds of both Me & My Uncle and FOTD were very low, so I raised levels in M&MU about 5-6 dB to bring it up to where it should have been. I don't think it's noticeable now. There were also several instances of a fraction of a second of blank space noticeable after raising the gain. I deleted these. and cut so the 3...4 countdown is audible. An edit is also noticeable before the song starts (probably just a tape start/stop). The opening of FOTD was raised approx. 3dB. Added 1dB to the 12 seconds before the opening of Cassidy as it seemed a little low. Added 2dB to the 15 seconds prior to Passenger because of the interesting guitar ditty, which sounds vaguely familiar.
Vocals remain thin-sounding in some spots (especially the second set), possibly due to the missing channel.
All work in this version done with Diamond Cut 8.0 Forensics.